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Sep 26, 2012 11:00pm EDT
light to moderate rain move through. five minutes in braddock, eight minutes in alexandria. clinton, maryland, 23 minutes. in around brandywine, 38 minutes as this is moving toward the east at about 40 miles per hour. we are going to continue to watch this storm closely. then, we are going to watch what's happening out to the we have. we have talked about this moisture train out here. a lot of moisture, including this area of storminess right here. this is going to ride along this front and try to move our way. we do have a chance for some of these to continue tonight. if you live to the north of washington, this storm right here that we are seeing, it may go just south of d.c. these may travel just off to the north. maybe the panhandle of west virginia, frederick and up towards hagerstown. then, we are going to watch this area. if it can stay together, it will be here during the day tomorrow. we could be dealing with strong thunderstorms tomorrow. all because of this frontal boundary. very warm air to the south. watch this area of low pressure to our west. this is about 5:00. once
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